Amaryllis Guest House
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... supposedly can still be heard running around. We also got to hear more about the brutal and gory history of the city.
Today, the 31st, Bram and I checked out of our hostel and began exploring the newer upper town of Edinburgh. This is where the majority of malls and shops are. I love the mix of the newer shops and older buildings all still with a view of Edinburgh castle. For lunch I had a Scottish Steak Pie and Mash. It definitely ...
... spot of Whiskey! It is now 110% time for bed!!! The next 12 hours in Scotland was amazing we woke up and decided it was time to stretch our legs and away we went for a run up Arthur's Seat! Wow I was not prepared for what Arthur's seat was it was a giant hike but we'll worth it the view from the top it was awesome! And it was such a great feeling to get there! From Arthur's Seat we thought why not check out the rest of the town so we ran the streets ...
... would devour. The tours are led by costumed guides who take on the identity of a 17th century resident of Edinburgh. For 1 hour you are led through narrow closes where the history and characters of the 17th centuries closes come to life.
Next we visited the Greyfriar’s Kirkyard, a beautiful church and cemetery steeped in history. Mary Queen of Scots granted the former convent garden surrounding Greyfriar's Kirk to be used as a burial ...
... our way around the vessel.
The boat comprises five main decks. We start on the bridge and see the Admirals Cabin and then make our way down the various levels. The State Apartments includes the beautiful Sun Lounge and separate main bedrooms for each of the Queen and the Duke, each fitted with a seemingly very narrow single bed. Then there is the Honeymoon Suite which Charles and Diane used after their marriage in 1981 and this is more appropriately fitted ...
... outfit RCI and we have been pampered and catered to with afternoon tea and breakfast delivered to our room. We are in a Georgian styled townhouse in a more upscale part of town so the evening walks back to the room, although cold, have been pleasant. Last night we said goodbye to our friends as we prepare to return to the States and they finish their holiday in Scotland and return home via Singapore and Indonesia - that just sounds so much more exotic than ...